Want to catch more fish more often in 2020?
Fisherman’s Post Newspaper, the free publication that covers all the saltwater fishing action along the Carolina coast, will be putting on two schools in its twelth year of hosting these “Hands On” Saltwater Fishing Schools.
The first “hands on” school will be in Wilmington, it is a full day school, and the date is Saturday, February 8, 2020, at Cape Fear Community College’s Union Station Building (5th floor) in Downtown Wilmington from 7:30 am-5:00 pm. Register online.
The second “hands on” school will be in Morehead City, it is a full day school, and the date is Saturday, February 29, 2020, at the Crystal Coast Civic Center on Arendell Street from 7:30 am-5:00 pm. Register online.
Please visit each school’s webpage for much more detailed information (including a list of sessions, captains, topics, as well as directions and everything included in the ticket price).
How Do I Get Tickets?
1. Order tickets over the phone using your VISA or MasterCard at (910) 452-6378.
Fisherman’s Post Newspaper
1320 Audubon Blvd.
Wilmington, NC 28403
Tommy Mikals: “The guides were very knowledgeable and a lot of fun. They did not talk above us. They seemed to genuinely want us to be better fishermen.”
Lonnie Baker: “Completely enjoyed the entire day. Great Captains!! Very organized. First class all the way.”
Brandon R. Swemons: “Had a great time. This was my second time here. I will be back.”
Steve Lewis: “Last year I attended the Saltwater Sportsman Seminar Series and was extremely disappointed. Your seminar was the exact opposite experience, and I’ll be back again next year.”
Angie B.: “Superbly organized! My first time at this school and I learned a tremendous amount; much more than expected. The tickets were money well spent.”
David McGrath: “Great course, can’t wait to get out there and fish!”
Calvin Clayton: “Very helpful, enjoyed it and will attend again. Almost as good as fishin!”
Gene McLeod: “Excellent day—very insightful. Thank You!”
Dave Johnson: “Great School—would recommend to others interested in learning more about local fishing.”